Starbase Video

From Audiovisual Identity Database

Background: Starbase Video was a subsidiary label used by Australian video distributor K&C Video, which was one of the first video distributors in the country. K&C's name was later changed to Starbase. The company died off around 1982, like many early video distributors in Australia.

(1981-c. 1982)

Logo: Not a logo per se, but more of a copyright warning. On a red background, we see the following text, in white:

STARBASE
VIDEO

THIS PROGRAMME IS
COPYRIGHTED
COPYING OR
UNAUTHORISED PUBLIC
PERFORMANCE IS
PROHIBITED

Technique: Devoid of any sort of animation whatsoever, like many early Australian home video logos.

Music/Sounds: None.

Availability: Extremely rare; seen on very early Australian releases from the label, particularly horror and exploitation films such as Lemora: A Child's Tale of the Supernatural.

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